Definitions
Side by Side Vehicle (SbS) means a self-propelled, operator controlled, non-articulated vehicle intended primarily to travel on un-paved surfaces on four or more wheels, having a minimum unladen mass, in running order, of 300kg (including standard equipment, coolant, lubricants, fuel, tools and 75kg driver but excluding optional accessories) and a maximum design speed of 25 km/h or more: in addition, it is designed to transport persons and /or cargo and pull and push equipment and steered by a control rather than a handlebar, designed for recreational or utility purpose and shall carry no more than 6 people including the driver, sitting side by side on one or more non-straddle seats.



All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) means a motorised vehicle, propelled by an engine, intended primarily to travel on unpaved surfaces on four or more wheels with low-pressure tyres, having a seat designed to be straddled by the driver only or a seat designed to be straddled by the driver and a seat for no more than one passenger and handlebars for steering.


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